Top 10 Spaces With Art Maybe You Haven't Been To (In No Particular Order)

Chronicle Arts writer Rachel Koper on 2008's best new and undiscovered visual arts spaces

1) Birdhouse Gallery (1304 E. Cesar Chavez,

2) Domy Books (913 E Cesar Chavez,

Domy Books
Domy Books (Photo courtesy of Carling Hale)

3) Co-Lab (613 Allen,

4) 1305 Position (1305 E. Sixth #3,

5) Kirk Gallery (210 Guadalupe,

6) IF + D (208 Colorado,

7) Greater Austin Garbage Arts – aka GAGA (2214 S. First,

8) The OPERA House (2209-K S. First,

9) New East Gallery (1601 E. Fifth #106,

10) Imagine Art (2830 Real,

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